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    Paris Hilton

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    Born in New York City, Hilton is the oldest of four children of Richard and Kathy Hilton (née Avanzino). She has a sister, Nicky, and brothers, Barron and Conrad. On the maternal side of her family, she is a niece of two child stars of the 1970s, Kim Richards and Kyle Richards. Hilton was related by marriage to Nicole Richie's godmother, Nancy Davis, when Nancy's brother, Greg, was married to Kim Richards. Hilton's paternal grandparents are hotel chairman Barron Hilton, and his wife, the former

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    Paris Hilton: The Eighth Deadly Sin Pride, envy, anger, avarice, sloth, gluttony, lust, and Paris Hilton. The seven deadly sins and Paris the heiress have combined to overtake pop culture as we know it. It may be a coincidence this blond bombshells favorite number is seven, but in the pubic eye Paris is the epitome of such sins. Who blames her? She’s famous, wealthy, beautiful, human, and everywhere you look. From the television, to movies, magazines, books, clothing lines, and even armature video

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    the Hilton Hotels, but we all don’t know about Paris Hilton. Paris Hilton is a businesswoman, model, actress, singer, and DJ. She is the great-granddaughter of the founder of Hilton Hotels. Paris Hilton has done a lot within the 36 years she has lived so far. A modern-day tragic hero is a person of noble birth with heroic or potentially heroic qualities. Paris Hilton is a modern-day tragic hero because she has had a downfall but has overcome that to be where she is today in life.     Paris Hilton

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    for his/her reputation created by the media. The phase of stardom is slippery, and media may choose to represent celebrities varying from exaggerated admiration to mockery. The three texts chosen, movie "Sunset Boulevard", feature article "Over the Hilton" and television show "Celebrity Uncensored Six" are texts presenting different perception of celebrities than their usual images - either corrupted by the encircling media, overloads oneself with self-indulgence, or just mocks celebrity in a broad

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    aren’t so good at their job, but are famous. So is fame the same as celebrity or notoriety? From the few examples I’ve given you, is has been established that fame is the same as notoriety, meaning well known for a bad quality or deed. Look at Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan. The media made a representation of them that they are known for. Therefore fame is undeniably a media creation.

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    something special about Jimmy Choo shoes. Is this company really tying to sell you the shoes, or trying to sell you the name? I recall watching an interview with Paris Hilton, and she said that she loved Jimmy Choo shoes and that she has “x” (some large number) pairs of them. Since we are such a media-based culture, if we hear Paris Hilton wears Jimmy Choo shoes, then they must be great! With such a high price, how can the middle class person even afford a pair? With all of these things taken into

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    The Greater Danger

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    Many people in the 21st century have the issue of being insecure with their skills, and aiming too low and not achieving goals to the fullest extent. It’s important to set goals above your comfort zone, and grow and learn as you go. Unless goals are set above the level of comfort, it will be harder to grow and learn new abilities. There are three fundamental parts/issues that ties into reaching goals: if I were to set a goal at a level where I know I can reach it, I’m not going to climb any higher

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    America Underclass

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    status. In addition, advertisers often use people in the entertainment business to model their products so that the viewer may purchase the product. For example, when mimicking the purchases of hotel heiress, Paris Hilton one may believe, “If I buy this, I’ll look cool just like Paris Hilton!” The fact that this method is usually successful is a product of the anxiety felt by lower and middle class families. For those reasons, it is likely that Domhoff’s statement that the upper class “creates respect

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    Everybody knows of the Hilton Hotels, but not everybody knows about Paris Hilton. Paris Hilton is a businesswoman, model, actress, singer, and DJ. She is the great-granddaughter of the founder of Hilton Hotels. Paris Hilton has done a lot within the thirty-six years she has lived so far. Paris Hilton is considered a modern-day tragic hero. A modern-day tragic hero is a person of noble birth with heroic or potentially heroic qualities. Paris Hilton is a modern-day tragic hero because she has had a

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    Lord Of The Flies Story

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    The war was over, but not without casualties. Numerous ships, planes and factories had been bombed with regular bombs, and London was totally destroyed - by a single atomic bomb. Only derelicts lived there now, not knowing of the harmful radiation that surrounded what once was the great capital.Slowly though, things were getting back to normal, shops began opening, and the war started to shift to the back of people's minds. Life was becoming more normal, but the memory of the war was still there

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